Main Photo Site and Galleries

Tenaya Lake redux

Wide view looking east.
Funny the things you find on those remote hard drives. That's Tenaya Lake, Yosemite National Park, taken in October, 2010.

I shot a bunch of stuff that afternoon because the light and clouds were so great and changing quickly in the late afternoon. I always assumed this one came out best even though the dome in the middle is in the shade:

Looking east toward Polly Dome and Medicott Dome and Tenaya Peak.
Another take that's kind of interesting, with the sun beating down on those trees at right -- thus, they're a different color in the previous pics:

I'm not sure how I feel about the rock in the lake that's almost smack in the middle of the frame. I have nothing against putting things in the center of photos, but here it perhaps is a distraction.

Anyway, glad I found the pics and decided to take another crack at processing them. I shot them as jpegs and wish I had shot as RAW as you always have more flexibility in processing with RAW photos. To put it another way: if it's an image you're excited about taking, shoot RAW!

All my galleries are here. Questions about a print or licensing? Email me.


The above images are ©Steve Hymon and may not be used elsewhere without my advanced written permission. All rights reserved.

No comments:

Post a Comment